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Aimolo Pink Pepper Essential Oil

Botanical Name: Schinus molle
Description: While it may be too strong as a stand-alone scent, pink pepper essential oil offers an
excellent spicy note to an essential oil blend. Help boost alertness: try blending pink pepper with
rosemary, orange, petitgrain, or spearmint.
Plant Part: Fruit
Extraction Method: Steam distilled

Key Constituents: Limonene, alpha-phellandrene, and beta-myrcene, and p-cymene
Scent: Spicy, woody, and sharp
Blends Nicely With: Most all essential oils for a warm spicy pop! Try it with florals like ylang ylang or
geranium, citrus notes like orange or petitgrain, woody tones like cedarwood or cypress, exotics like
patchouli or sandalwood, or even resins like frankincense or myrrh.
Safety: Dilute all essential oils with use.
Disclaimer: Avoid internal use. Dilute with topical use. Not for young children. Flammable. Consult
with your Doctor if you have any questions before use. Discontinue use if any irritation occurs.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and this product is not
intended to treat, diagnose, or cure diseases.

Pink Pepper Oil

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